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Seamus 22-07-2005 21:16

Official: Gennaro Gattuso Thread
 
This is now the Official: Gennaro Gattuso Thread
- Seamus -

Talk about Rino in here :)
http://www.torcidagranata.it/photoga...%20Gattuso.jpg

Luis 07-08-2005 18:47

Why ancelloti allows him to keep shooting from outside the area?

Gilardino Jr 08-08-2005 09:57

NOT ONly that man but he is crap rui costa is better i would love our formation like this :

-------------------Dida---------------------

--------------Stam--------Nesta--------Maldini

---------Cafu ------- Pirlo --------------Rui Costa-------- Marek

--------- kaka --------------


--------------------- Gila ------------- Sheva :D gattuso should be on bench

MaGasTeR 08-08-2005 12:58

how can you say he is crap ? did you watch him play ?? :conf: :mad:

yonggoh 08-08-2005 16:19

Quote:

Originally Posted by MaGasTeR
how can you say he is crap ? did you watch him play ?? :conf: :mad:

ive watched him play several times...
gattuso is overated...
:cool:

Bambino D'oro 08-08-2005 17:11

Quote:

Originally Posted by yonggoh
ive watched him play several times...
gattuso is overated...
:cool:

mayb abit, but hes not crap, hes a great leader for acm

Lo Tsar 08-08-2005 17:36

Quote:

Originally Posted by maldini_mo
mayb abit, but hes not crap, hes a great leader for acm

No he isn't, Maldini is a great leader because he is the ultimate proffesional and ulthough he has as much passion for the club as any one else, he isn't blinded by it. Unlike Rino who's idea of passion is being really violent.

Congo Powers 08-08-2005 18:14

maldini is not a leader. he's a diplomat.

ambro_forever 08-08-2005 21:39

PAOLO THE BEST,HE IS A GREAT LEADER :angel: :angel: :angel:

Bambino D'oro 08-08-2005 22:04

Quote:

Originally Posted by veljo
PAOLO THE BEST,HE IS A GREAT LEADER :angel: :angel: :angel:

yes i kno that, of course i do, paolo is my all time fave player, but wat i'm saying is that gatuso is also a very good leader as he brings morale to the squad and pumps players,coaches and crowds up. hes very instrumental to our success

Kyara 08-08-2005 22:17

Quote:

Originally Posted by Congo Powers
maldini is not a leader. he's a diplomat.

You ought to be in the same team with him, on the picth, in the dressing rooms or in training, to realize whether or not he's a leader ... Unfortunately, none of us enjoys that privilege ...

yonggoh 09-08-2005 02:24

Quote:

Originally Posted by maldini_mo
mayb abit, but hes not crap, hes a great leader for acm

gattuso a great leader eh?
thats why he managed to commit a silly challenge in a recent FRIENDLY game in the states, that ultimately earnt him a red card...
We was supposed to goto states to promote our club in the region...
getting sent off like that sure fuels the cause positively... ;)

Gattuso needs to cool down and be more composed...
Use his head before his heart...

yonggoh 09-08-2005 02:33

Quote:

Originally Posted by veljo
PAOLO THE BEST,HE IS A GREAT LEADER :angel: :angel: :angel:

A great leader is one who steps up and shifts up a gear when the team is down... a leader dictates the pace of the game and all his players respect and follow his ideas, because they believe in him... a leader should typically an exceptional footballer and communicates with his player and manager.... a leader who has a good game typically sprinkles his magic to the rest of the team and raises their performance a notch as well...

imho great leaders that insantly come to mind....
lothar matthaus, dunga, deauchamp, tony adams, beckenbaur...

it is clear for all to see what they were doing on the pitch...communicating with the other team without forgetting their own duties...

Congo Powers 09-08-2005 03:39

Quote:

Originally Posted by Kyara
You ought to be in the same team with him, on the picth, in the dressing rooms or in training, to realize whether or not he's a leader ... Unfortunately, none of us enjoys that privilege ...

fair enough.

Dil dil 09-08-2005 17:31

Gattuso: we have to do something important
 
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PRESS SURVEY - GATTUSO: 'We have to do something important'
8/8/2005
MILAN - Rino Gattuso spoke to ********** about the Champions League
defeat: 'We have to get to winning straightaway and stop everyone
talking about those six cursed minutes. At half-time at 3-0, it was as
if we were drunk. At a professional level it was the worst experience
to lose a Champions League in that way. I was fortunate enough to
spend some time with Paolo Maldini and Massimo Ambrosini during the
holidays, who have plenty of experience. We talked a lot about the
Liverpool game and the losing the title in the final days. The
conclusion was always the same: we have to do something important to
cancel out this disappointment

Kyara 09-08-2005 19:28

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dil dil
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

PRESS SURVEY - GATTUSO: 'We have to do something important'
8/8/2005
MILAN - Rino Gattuso spoke to ********** about the Champions League
defeat: 'We have to get to winning straightaway and stop everyone
talking about those six cursed minutes. At half-time at 3-0, it was as
if we were drunk. At a professional level it was the worst experience
to lose a Champions League in that way. I was fortunate enough to
spend some time with Paolo Maldini and Massimo Ambrosini during the
holidays, who have plenty of experience. We talked a lot about the
Liverpool game and the losing the title in the final days. The
conclusion was always the same: we have to do something important to
cancel out this disappointment

Dude, I strongly suggest glasses :o

Merged with Rino's thread.

Gilardino Jr 09-08-2005 21:10

Quote:

Originally Posted by yonggoh
ive watched him play several times...
gattuso is overated...
:cool:

yep same here rui costa is better

Congo Powers 19-08-2005 20:02

AC Milan's Gattuso wants Rangers return
**************.com - August 19, 2005

AC Milan midfield ace Rino Gattuso admits his dream is to end his playing career with Rangers.

The little Italian - now a mainstay of AC Milan and his national team's midfield - wants to sample the Premiership before moving back to Glasgow with his Scots wife.

The 27-year-old said: "I'd like to come back and play in Britain but it is very hard because Milan are asking too much money for me.

"But it's okay if I have to wait one or two years before coming back. I definitely want to play in England for three or four years and then finish my career at Ibrox."


----------------------
rino, rino, rino...if i was offered the captaincy at AC Milan i would use my brain.

Lo Tsar 19-08-2005 20:11

Quote:

Originally Posted by Congo Powers
AC Milan's Gattuso wants Rangers return
**************.com - August 19, 2005

AC Milan midfield ace Rino Gattuso admits his dream is to end his playing career with Rangers.

The little Italian - now a mainstay of AC Milan and his national team's midfield - wants to sample the Premiership before moving back to Glasgow with his Scots wife.

The 27-year-old said: "I'd like to come back and play in Britain but it is very hard because Milan are asking too much money for me.

"But it's okay if I have to wait one or two years before coming back. I definitely want to play in England for three or four years and then finish my career at Ibrox."


----------------------
rino, rino, rino...if i was offered the captaincy at AC Milan i would use my brain.

This has long been a rumour in Scotland. I cant understand it myself as Rangers treated him like shit.

Congo Powers 19-08-2005 20:20

Quote:

Originally Posted by Lo Tsar
This has long been a rumour in Scotland. I cant understand it myself as Rangers treated him like shit.

probably his wife...

i see it like this---if he wants to go, let him go ASAP. it's no use trying to convince him to stay...if being next in line to inherit the captaincy of AC Milan isn't incentive enough, he can go where he pleases. let's hope common sense prevails and he sticks around, though..

as far as changes to our playing system, pirlo would suffer without rino. we could balance it, though, by replacing seedorf with ambro and drafting in a similar type player to max to play on the right....someone like de rossi.


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